In the exam for the 2nd Kyu, Nage should show how he/she can react spontaneously to different attacks.
The following attacks and techniques are assumed to be known:
|katatedori||tenshin kokyunage, ikkyo (i/t), irimi, kokyunage (cm), shihonage (i/t)|
|ryotemochi||kokyunage, enundo, koteoroshi|
|ushiro katatedori||uragaeshi, ikkyo tenshin|
|yokomenuchi||shihonage (i-i, i-t, t-i, t-t), kokyunage irimi|
|katadori||ikkyo, nikyo, sankyo, yonkyo|
|shomenuchi||ikkyo (i/t), kokyunage (aus bokkendori bekannt)|
A second example
From the 1969 film "Nemuri Kyoshiro Engetsu Sappo".
An opponent of the protagonist Nemuri Kyoshiro has stolen him his super sword "Musou Masamune (無双 正宗)" and wants to kill him with his own sword.
1. "No choice"
Kyoshiro accepts the situation and is ready to to fight even unarmed.
2. SHINKEN SHIRA HADORI (真剣白刃取り = grab the naked sword, (in the subtitles lacks the RA))
Although he never learned this fantastic technique for stopping a shomenuchi, Kyoshiro can use it here.
"The innermost secret comes naturally from nothingness."
This argument is sometimes used to justify that Randori should not be trained.
3. "Kyoshiro, your 'Full Moon Cut' won't work in this thicket."
If the full moon sword technique doesn't work in the thicket, the hero simply makes the forest fit.